SLO #1: Student Development
The school counselor utilizes his/her skills and knowledge of student development and behavior to facilitate student academic, personal/social and career development.
SLO #2: Program Implementation
The school counselor plans, designs, implements, evaluates and enhances the school and district-wide comprehensive guidance and counseling program to advance the academic, personal/social and career development of all students.
SLO #3: Professional Relationships
The school counselor develops collaborative professional relationships throughout the school and community which support the comprehensive guidance and counseling program as well as the overall mission of the school and district.
SLO #4: Leadership and Advocacy
The school counselor serves as a change agent, demonstrating leadership, vision, collaboration and advocacy in the on-going development of self, students, the comprehensive guidance and counseling program and the school.
SLO #5: Ethical and Professional Conduct
The school counselor knows, understands and adheres to ethical and professional standards and legal requirements.
SLO #6: Reflection on Research and Theory
The school counselor has the knowledge and ability to ensure the success of all learners by promoting reflective application of research and theory among all members of the school community.